Closing Costs: The fees charged in connection with a mortgage loan transaction. Money paid by a buyer (and/or seller or other third party, if applicable) to effect the closing of a mortgage loan, generally including, but not limited to a loan origination fee, title examination and insurance, survey, attorney's fee, and prepaid items, such as escrow deposits for taxes and insurance. To read more about closing costs, see "closing costs" under the Buyer or Seller tabs on my website.
Closing Date: The date on which the sale of a property is to be finalized and a loan transaction completed.
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